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1241Re: [jacksongenealogy] Gray

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  • Raymond Shirley
    Aug 20, 2001
      sromanek wrote:

      > Can any of you tell me who are connected to the GRAY name if you know of a connection to your lines with the SHRADER or DOVER family?
      > I have a Janie Gray married to
      > William Henry Shrader. I have her name, but no dates. I have his name, and dates, but no location of death, or their marriage.He is from Jackson County, Al. I also have a
      > Nancy M. Gray, no dates or location for birth or death or parentage, but she is married to William Alfred Dover b.1833 Cherokee County,Georgia and d. Aft. 1900 Murray County, Georgia. Would like to connect some more information on these two.
      > Thanks,
      > Sharon Dover Romanek
      > Fax:( 305)675-8045.
      > e-mail: PRIMARY sromanek@...
      > sromanek@...
      > Researching: Romanek, Gucwa, Dover,Shrader, Tyner, Johnston, Williams, Edge, Smith, Kirksey, DeMers, Murphy, Allen
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: rubyb@...
      > To: jacksongenealogy@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2001 12:26 AM
      > Subject: RE: [jacksongenealogy] Re: Look Ups
      > Hello Jim,
      > You have a good name. My grandfather was James Monroe Gray (Jim). I've
      > heard of the Gray connection with those in Tennessee. I don't know how to
      > connect at this time. We just don't have any information prior to 1820. We
      > will keep looking, and keep updating our Gray information. My husband,
      > Johnnie W. Brown, has a good WebPage, http://edge.net/`jwbrown He keeps it
      > fairly up-to-date. Check it out if you like. Start with Isaac Gray and his
      > descendants. There are lots of them. I wish I knew more about his
      > ancestors. I just sent a note to the jacksongenealogy group, you might be
      > interested in.
      > Please keep in touch. We've got to be cousins. I wish I could remember the
      > Gray who fought on the side of the union in the Civil War. I believe he was
      > from Tennessee. I believe he was a General or almost. I believe the
      > Scottsboro Heritage Center has a lot of Civil War History that has something
      > about him. Digging up the past is real interesting but illusive.
      > Please keep in touch.
      > Ruby
      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: margie.geo@... [mailto:margie.geo@...]
      > Sent: Saturday, May 05, 2001 3:54 PM
      > To: jacksongenealogy@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: [jacksongenealogy] Re: Look Ups
      > Ruby,
      > I am interested in the Gray family prior to 1820 in Jackson
      > County, AL.
      > Do you have any information on Robert Gray who was born about 1792 in
      > TN. He married Tabitha who was born in AL. They had two children in
      > AL - Sarah A. Gray who was born about 1818 and William C. Gray who
      > was born in Jackosn County in 1820. They moved to TN by 1821.
      > Thanks,
      > Jim Gray
      > --- In jacksongenealogy@y..., rubyb@e... wrote:
      > > Hi James,
      > > I am interested in how you are connected to the Headrick family.
      > My father
      > > was John Henry Headrick. He lived in Pisgah, AL for over 60 years
      > after
      > > marrying my mother, Myrtle Bertine Gray. They had eight children.
      > My
      > > mother's Gray, Whisenant, and Allen connections go back to before
      > AL was a
      > > state. My father came from Walker County, GA where he was lived
      > for several
      > > years. We have quite a lot of information on these families if
      > anyone is
      > > interested.
      > > Ruby
      > >
      > > -----Original Message-----
      > > From: Jpete75910@a... [mailto:Jpete75910@a...]
      > > Sent: Monday, November 27, 2000 8:43 PM
      > > To: jacksongenealogy@egroups.com
      > > Subject: Re: [jacksongenealogy] Look Ups
      > >
      > > My family was in Scottsboro and surrounding area before they came
      > to East
      > > Texas and Southwest Arkansas. From anywhere from 1870 until about
      > 1903.
      > > Naturally a lot of the family stayed around Scottsboro.
      > > These family names were Teftellers, Marion Howell Family, Samuel
      > George
      > > Clemens and family, and the Headrick family. Also some of the
      > Byrds, Leadys
      > > ,
      > > Mills, and Treece family.
      > > Would love to hear from anyone connected to these familys.
      > >
      > > James
      > Peterson
      > > Texarkana,
      > > Arkansas
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      There were 103 Gray men from Tennessee who fought on the side of the Union during the Civil War. Among them were five Sgts., two 2nd Lts., one Lt., four Capts., and one Major (William Gray, Adjt., 1st U. S. Heavy Artillery).
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